PeopleSoft Integration Tools I Training Rel 8.53 Ed 1

PeopleSoft Integration Tools I Training Rel 8.53 Ed 1

Introduction:

PeopleSoft Integration Tools I Training Rel 8.53 Ed 1 course hands-on

This PeopleSoft Integration Tools I Training Rel 8.53 Ed 1 course explores the PeopleSoft Integration tools used to integrate with other PeopleSoft databases. These tools include Integration Broker, service operations, and component interfaces.

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Duration: 5 days

Prerequisites:

Working knowledge of Integration Broker
Working knowledge of PeopleCode
Working knowledge of the Application Designer

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience / Target Group:

Application Developers
Business Analysts
Developer
Technical Administrator
Technical Consultant

What You Will Learn:

Configure Integration Broker.
Send and Receive service operations.
Use service utilities to test your service operations and handlers.
Create integrations requiring transformationa and translations.
Integrate data using component interfaces.

Skills Gained:

Understand PeopleSoft Integration Broker architecture
Configure integration network
Administer the integration network
Create service operations
Monitor network activity
Apply transformations
Create and use component interfaces

Course Content:

Technology Overview

Describing Integration Broker
Describing Integration Network Center
Describing Web Services
Describing Service and Service Operations
Describing Component Interfaces
Finding Information About PeopleSoft Products in PeopleSoft Online Help

Introducing PeopleSoft Integration Broker Architecture

Describing the PeopleSoft Integration Broker Architecture
Describing the PeopleSoft Integration Gateway
Describing Connectors
Describing the Gateway Services
Describing the Integration Engine
Explaining the Flow of Inbound and Outbound Requests

Configuring Integration Network

Describing Integration network WorkCenter
Setting Up the Gateway
Understanding and Creating Nodes
Configuring Integration Gateway Properties
Explaining Additional Links
Registering Nodes
Activating Server Domain

Verifying the Network

Verifying Connectivity with Network Nodes
Verifying Integration Status with Network Nodes
Using Network Node Registration
Deleting Nodes from the Integration Network

Using IB Configure Network Activity Guide

Describing the IB Configure Network Activity Guide
Using the IB Configure Network Activity Guide

Administering the Integration Network

Creating Integration Groups
Describing Introspection and Deployment in the Integration Network
Using Introspection/Deployment
Initiating Deployment
Managing Integration Network Service Operation Permissions

Monitoring Integration Network Activity

Managing Monitoring Setup Options
Monitoring the Integration Network
Tracking Transactions

Creating Messages

Describing Services and Service Operations
Describing Messages
Creating Rowset-Based Messages
Describing Rowset-Based Message Schema
Modifying Rowset-Based Message Schema
Creating Nonrowset-Based Messages

Creating Message Parts and Containers

Describing Message Parts
Creating Part Rowset Messages
Reusing Rowset-Based Message Parts
Creating Container Messages

Creating Asynchronous Service Operations

Adding Service Operations
Creating and Configuring Queues
Securing Service Operations
Adding Routings

Sending and Receiving Asynchronous Service Operations

Sending and Receiving Asynchronous Service Operations
Publishing Asynchronous Service Operations
Working with Rowsets in Service Operations
Populating Attribute Values for Container Messages
Describing Application Classes
Implementing INotificationHandler
Adding Handlers

Using Service Utilities

Describing Service Utilities
Administering Services
Using the Handler Tester
Using Service Operation Tester
Building and Validating Service Schemas

Monitoring Asynchronous Service Operations

Describing Service Operations Monitor and Statuses
Monitoring Asynchronous Services
Testing FILEOUTPUT Connector
Administering Service Operations
Logging Service Operation Transactions
Setting up Error Notification
Archiving Monitor Data

Creating Synchronous Service Operations

Creating Synchronous Service Operations
Describing Synchronous Service Operation Events
Implementing IRequestHandler
Using Custom Faults
Monitoring Synchronous Services

Applying Transformations

Installing and Configuring JDeveloper
Describing Transformation Programs
Creating an Application Engine Transform Program
Using the Oracle XSL Mapper
Testing Transform Programs in PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture
Adding Transformation to a Routing
Using XSLT Transform Builder
Versioning Service Operations

Applying Translations Using Codesets

Describing Data Translation
Describing Codesets
Creating a Codeset Group
Creating Codesets
Creating Codeset Values
Writing a Transform Program for Data Translation

Creating and Testing Component Interfaces

Describing PeopleSoft Component Interfaces
Describing the PeopleSoft Component Interface Architecture
Describing the Elements of a Component Interface Definition
Creating Applications that Use Component Interfaces
Creating Component Interfaces
Setting Component Interface Security
Testing Component Interfaces

Implementing Component Interfaces

Describing Component Interface Instantiation
Adding Component Interface PeopleCode to an Application
Modifying Component Interface PeopleCode

Working with Component Interface Collections

Describing Component Interface Collections
Writing PeopleCode for Component Interface Collections
Working with Effective-Dated Data

Enabling Component Interfaces as Services

Describing Component Interfaces as Services
Service Enabling a Component Interface
Describing the Generated Service Operations
Describing Changing Component Interfaces

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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